National Signing Day is next month and Georgia football plans on using the 2017 class to build on its 8-5 record in 2016.
Georgia football has a ways to go before they can start competing for National titles. But they aren’t that far off, especially with the no. 3 recruiting class according to 247 Sports. The Bulldog also return Nick Chubb and Sony Michel on offense to play behind sophomore Jacob Eason.
Ideally, 2017 will be a vast improvement that will lead to even greater success in 2018 and beyond. But how will Georgia turn this recruiting class into success in 2017? And how will the 2017 Georgia Bulldogs stack up against the 12 teams on their schedule?
Here is an outlook on how the 2017 football season should go for Georgia football from the spring up until Thanksgiving weekend when Georgia plays Georgia Tech.